“A former Special Forces operative turned mercenary is subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopting the alter ego Deadpool.”
Deadpool has conducted, just about the greatest advertising campaign, maybe of all time. That definitely hypes this movie up a lot, making what this movie had to be, even that more impressive to pay off for that marketing, and it freaking does. It really pays off in spades from just about all the promises the advertising makes. When this movie was over, I was literally like really? Has so much time already passed? I want more! From the opening credits of this movie, to the very,very, very end, this movie does a great job of keeping up the humour and the action and the everything else that’s in this movie, and there is a lot in there. To start, the centre of this movie is genuinely a love story, like an honest to goodness love story that you genuinely believe and care about, and that is the key to the quality of this movie. The fact that you buy into that love story, and the passion both of those characters have for each other, you really then get into and understand the themes that go on for the rest of the film. The cast here is also really amazing. Everyone and I mean EVERYONE in this movie really nails their roles and they all add to the world building this movie does. There are also tonnes and tonnes of easter eggs and things to see, hear, read and laugh at throughout this movie that hint to all kinds if things in the comic book and movie world. Deadpool from start to end is really something different and special, that any fan would enjoy. This is a rated R movie, and like seriously rated R so that might be a bit much for some people, but its definitely worth it.
Review Score : 9 out of 10